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Monuments in Guarda

Quinta da Ponte

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Faia
6300-095, Faia

Guarda

Recreational and farm production, composed of a main building and some agricultural dependencies: an oven, a pigsty and a circular Dovecote. Features of Mannerist, Baroque and Rococo architecture.

Edifício do Antigo Paço Episcopal e Seminário / Museu da Guarda

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Rua General Alves Roçadas, 28-30
6300-663, Guarda

Guarda

Building with facade with three bodies, being the one in the Center, the Church, surmounted by a pediment in the middle circle that rises above the cornice. The lateral bodies are of eaves run with conical ridged gargoyles. The cloister and heraldic symbols and decoration, the shells, palmetas, volutes, loops, braids and geometric motifs.

Sé da Guarda

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Praça Luís de Camões
6300-725, Guarda

Guarda

The Cathedral of Guarda was built between the 14th and 16th centuries. It possesses two doorways; one is Gothic style and the other in Manueline style. To bring out, on the outside, the two massive octagonal bell towers, gargoyles and pinnacles. On the inside it stands out the Renaissance altarpiece a work done by João de Ruão, the columns, and the Pinas family chapel as well as the seating’s.

Igreja e Edifício da Misericórdia da Guarda

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Largo Doutor João de Almeida
6300-695, Guarda

Guarda

This is an 18th century building which was restored during the Joanine period. It is worthy to mention the stonework finely elaborated on the door, pediment, windows, towers and niche. On the main chapel the altar is dedicated to Our Lady of Consolação (Consolation).

Torre dos Ferreiros

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Rua da Torre, 46
6300-751, Guarda

Guarda

This is a high stone tower with a portcullis and curved entrance passage. The wall revetment with banquettes, the doors and the keep can still demarcate the medieval town. This tower is one of the entrances to the castle inside wall.

Capela de Nossa Senhora do Mileu

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Rua Vila de Manteigas, 75
6300-617, Guarda

Guarda

Romanesque temple which already has elements of transition to Gothic. Consists of two rectangular volumes juxtaposed (a single nave and a chancel), being the front torn by an arched portico back with archivolts. The dogs and capitals are decorated with Zoomorphic motifs and fitomórficos. The triumphal arch broken and the rosettes announce already Gothic.

Castelo da Guarda / Torre de Menagem

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Rua Dona Maria Luísa Godinho
6300-408, Guarda

Guarda

At the highest point of the city, at 1056 meters of altitude, is the Castle, better known as Torre de Menagem. This site was inhabited by order of Dom Sancho I, who granted him a Charter and perks, in 1199, and transferred to the seat of the diocese. This first Charter was confirmed by the same King in 1217, 1229 and, later, in 1254, by Dom Afonso III. In 1510, Dom Manuel gave him new Charter and granted to his son, Don Fernando, the title of Duke of Guarda.

Chafariz de Santo André

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Alameda de Santo André
6300-322, Guarda

Guarda

Large 18th century fountain armorial (Refoios Saraiva family), which is decorated with volutes, dragons and pinnacles. The water gushes through three masks, for a tank clipped.

Painel de Azulejos de Frei Pedro da Guarda

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Largo Frei Pedro da Guarda
6300-711, Guarda

Guarda

Small tile Panel in shades of blue and white, representing Friar Pedro da Guarda with his dog, looking in the snow travelers lost in the Sierra.

Calçada Romana em Ponte da Mizarela

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EN 556
6300-165, Mizarela

Guarda

Mizarela is a small village about 15 minutes from Guarda, which stands out for its Roman Bridge. In its surroundings, there is a Roman sidewalk of about two kilometers.

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